Jason McHattan <>
Mon, 14 Dec 2015 10:17:59 +0000
My wife and I are planning to take a trip to Lake Cargelligo between Christmas
and New Year.
Having never been out that way before, I'm after a bit of info.
Firstly, will there be any birds to see at that time of year? I've had a look
at eBird, and it seems there should be a few about.
Is there water in the lake at the moment? There is water levels reported on
waterinfo.nsw.gov.au, but I don't know what the normal levels would be.
Any other info I might need? We'll be staying in town, and going to Nombinnie
NR, Round Hill NR. Is there access to the WTP, or can it be easily seen from
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